Introduction to the Ségur for the Doctors sector
The State is investing massively to enable each doctor to be equipped with My Health Space-compatible software. Practice management software needs to evolve into “Segur-referenced” versions, overseen by the State’s SONS scheme (Open and Non-Selective System).
The funds are granted to publishers on behalf of liberal practitioners, with no out-of-pocket fees within the perimeter of the digital health Ségur (not including the equipment).
Each SONS is set up by a decree relevant to a particular sector or software type. In annex to each decree, you will find three reference documents:
- Referencing Specifications File (DSR) which describes the procedure to request Ségur referencing;
- Minimal Requirements Referential (REM) which describes the technical and functional requirements you need to meet in order to be referenced;
- Funding Appeal (AF) which sets out the administrative and financial conditions, in particular funding models for each sector.
How to apply for Ségur Referencing?
Ségur for Doctors, In Numbers
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Choose the DSR for your solution
Here, find the relevant DSRs for specific software, target perimeters, requirements and conformity checks to comply with.
Are you an industrial, a software publisher or a start up?
After identifying your sector and the relevant DSR for your solution, prepare the documents and credentials required for your application.
Frequently Asked Questions
The ANS answers the most common questions about the Doctors sector for Ségur.